With 30% to 40% off, they are still at least $500 to $800 a pair, and you'd have to mark up even higher in order to make a profit, so I don't think that's a good price point on eBay. On a side note, we should start a discussion on shoe trees. Â Lobb's ready-made trees (which are only made after a few lasts) are US$100, which is the most expensive I have come across along with Berluti (60 pounds). Â If I remember correctly, Green's trees are 40+ pounds. Â I don't like the Ralph Lauren trees very much, and I may have to order some Green trees. Â Mantellassi trees are 78 Euro, and charges horrendously high shipping fees. Â I like my Grenson trees (40 pounds) made to my last (92); the Trickers trees with higher insteps are not bad too, though they are varnished maple (also 40 pounds). Â Berluti has a travel tree that is given if you buy their shoes (which I sold it together with my Berluti on eBay); I like them very much as they are light and screw-adjusted instead of spring. Aside from price --- which is the least of all concerns for obsessive shoe fanatics like us, which one do you like most? Â Know some good generic brands? Â What do you use when you travel?